My cousin owns an old joke book, of dubious quality, called "Super Jokes and Riddles". It is divided into several catchily-titled sections, mostly based on the subject matter of the jokes (e.g., "Say Ah! Ah! Ah!" for jokes about doctors/medicine; "Silly Dillies" for jokes about pickles [of which there are actually surprisingly many]).
However, one of the sections has a title I can't make sense of. It is called "Smile Awryls". My cousin asked me what "awryls" were and I had no idea; I looked this (presumably plural) word up later and failed to find it in any dictionaries. A Google search for "smile awryls" turns up only one result, which seems to be an eBay review for the aforementioned joke book.
Based on the fact that many of these sections have rhyming or near-rhyming names, I'd say "awryls" is most likely intended to be pronounced uh-RYE-ulz. Also, unlike many other sections, there was no real theme to the jokes in this section, making me guess that a "Smile Awryl" was just a generic name for a joke, something that stirs up a smile among its readers. The word is similar to "awry", but I'm not sure I can find any connection between the two.
Has anyone seen or heard of this word/two-word phrase anywhere else before? Or, better yet, does anyone here own a copy of this joke book (or remember having owned it) and have their own interpretation of the word? Any input would be appreciated.